Lismore Bangalow Road


Project overview

Lismore Bangalow Road is an important route linking the Bruxner Highway at Lismore to the Pacific Highway at Bangalow.

Project information


Lismore to Bangalow Road is a two-lane undivided rural road, about 33 kilometres in length in the NSW Northern Rivers region. The corridor connects the Bruxner Highway at Lismore to the Pacific Highway at Bangalow and serves as a general access route between Lismore and Bangalow with further connections to Byron Bay. It is a popular tourist route as well as being a busy route for larger vehicles travelling west to Lismore. 

Lismore Bangalow Road corridor strategy

Transport for NSW prepared a draft corridor strategy for Lismore Bangalow Road in 2015. The strategy sets out the NSW Government’s 20 year plan to manage and guide the development of the road corridor to improve safety, traffic efficiency and sustainability

Current projects

Work on stage two of the James Gibson to Kirklands Lane has begun. This involves resurfacing the road, widening the road should and building a new 800-metre overtaking lane between Eureka Road and Kirklands Lane. Find out more in the Lismore Bangalow Road December 2020 Community update (PDF, 934Kb).

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